Draga Ljočić-Milošević (1855–1926), was a Serbian physician and feminist. She was the first Serbian woman to be accepted at the university of Zürich in Switzerland in 1872. During the war between Serbia and the Ottoman Empire, she worked as a medical assistant in the army and received the grade of a Lieutenant. In 1879, she graduated and thereby became the first Serbian female doctor in medicine. She was permitted to practice in Serbia in 1881. She was also a leading figure within the newly founded Serbian women's rights movement.
- Draga Ljocic: Ein Beitrag zur operativen Therapie der Fibromyome des Uterus, Zürich 1878, OCLC 610734169(Dissertation Universität Zürich 1878, 115 Seiten). -- Ilja (diskussion) 22 februari 2016 kl. 06.27 (CET)
- de Haan, Francisca; Daskalova, Krasimira; Loutfi, Anna (2006). Biographical Dictionary of Women's Movements and Feminisms in Central, Eastern, and South Eastern Europe: 19th and 20th centuries. Central European University Press. pp. 290–291. ISBN 963-7326-39-1. Retrieved 2011-11-27.